MAYWOOD, IL – Twenty-eight Loyola Medicine physicians have been named to Chicago magazine’s 2017 Top Cancer Doctors list.
The list was compiled by Castle Connolly, a healthcare research and information company. Doctors were selected after nominations from their peers, extensive research and careful review and screening by a physician-directed research team. Doctors could not nominate themselves, nor pay to appear on the list.
Loyola physicians on Chicago magazine’s Top Cancer Doctors list are:
- Kathy Albain, MD, Medical Oncology
- Gerard Aranha, MD, Surgery
- Richard Borrowdale, MD, Otolaryngology
- Victor Cimino, MD, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
- Joseph Clark, MD, Medical Oncology
- Scott Cotler, MD, Hepatology
- Bahman Emami, MD, Radiation Oncology
- Robert Flanigan, MD, Urology
- Ellen Gaynor, MD, Medical Oncology
- Robert Geller, MD, Surgery
- Constantine Godellas, MD, Surgery
- Charles Hemenway, MD, Pediatric Hematology and Oncology
- Paul Kuo, MD, Surgery
- John Leonetti, MD, Otolaryngology
- Fred Luchette, MD, Surgery
- Kenneth Micetich, Medical Oncology
- Sucha Nand, MD, Hematology
- Russ Nockels, MD, Neurologic Surgery
- Ronald Potkul, MD, Gynecologic Cancer
- Vikram Prabhu, MD, Neurologic Surgery
- Marcus Quek, MD, Urology
- David Rosi, MD, Medical Oncology
- Theodore Saclarides, MD, Colon and Rectal Surgery
- William Small, Jr., MD, Radiation Oncology
- Patrick Stiff, MD, Hematology
- Rebecca Tung, MD, Dermatology
- Thomas Turk, MD, Urology
- Wickii Vigneswaran, MD, Thoracic Surgery
The Top Cancer Doctors are listed in Chicago magazine’s January 2017 issue, on newsstands now.
Also in the magazine, Loyola’s experimental immunotherapy treatment for metastatic melanoma is included among six “remarkable homegrown breakthroughs in research and treatment.” The therapy was developed by Michael Nishimura, PhD, program director of immunologic therapeutics of Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine.
Loyola Medicine is nationally recognized for its expert team of specially trained cancer doctors who come from a wide variety of clinical specialties. These multidisciplinary specialists provide the expertise, translational research experience and compassionate care needed to diagnose and treat cancer. They work together, taking a collaborative approach to cancer care.
Becker’s Hospital Review has named Loyola to its nationwide list of 70 Hospitals and Health Systems with Great Oncology Programs.